FLOW's D1.2 - Baseline: Scenarios and definitions

Mattia Secchi*, Peter Bach Andersen*

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Based on a state-of-the-art review, T1.2 establishes the internal assumptions, scenarios and definitions on which FLOW bases its work. This is an important step in giving FLOW partners a common and synchronized framework. T1.2 starts by providing VGI definitions and terminology used in FLOW and promoted as commonly accepted in all the relevant fields.

High-level EVs mass deployment scenarios are listed according to literature review/roadmaps - and serves as an input to WP5. T1.2 also focuses on charging technologies and forecasts to establish the state-of-the-art of charging technologies from partner experiences which includes charging power, efficiency, technical capabilities, battery loss (DTU PowerLab, IREC SmartEnergy lab, BMW), etc. The task touches upon disruptive charging technologies including ultrafast charging, inductive public charging which may change charging patterns significantly. Finally, T1.2 presents scenarios definition for EV charging demand (per location type) in terms of energy demand and flexibility quantification.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages40
Publication statusPublished - 2023


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